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The room service menu at The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort offers a bit of everything, from plates that capture the culinary spirit of South Florida to traditional favorites. Enjoy an alfresco breakfast on your terrace and admire the sights of crashing waves as you tuck into dishes like huevos rancheros with queso fresco and refried beans, brioche French toast with candied pecans and caramelized bananas, a breakfast burrito stuffed with chorizo, jalapeño and Chihuahua cheese, or passion fruit-scented (yes, it’s actually spritzed) fruit slices, served with olive oil bread.
Beginning at 11 a.m., the all-day dining menu at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel offers starters such as smoked beef carpaccio with an herb salad and Manchego cheese, avocado and shrimp cocktail, burratina di Puglia with lettuces and tomato, Andalusian gazpacho. For a treat, indulge in caviar service with traditional garnishes and English pea blinis (the three roes available include Petrossian Kaluga or Osetra and Florida farmed sturgeon). Sandwiches are fairly standard with a burger, a crispy Cuban sandwich and a Caesar chicken wrap, and you’ll find tried and true entrées. They do a traditional spaghetti Bolognese, teriyaki salmon a la plancha, a roasted chicken quesadilla, and simply grilled steaks and fish served with your choice of sides like sautéed mushrooms, sweet potato fries and herb-roasted fingerling potatoes. And for everyone’s favorite part of the meal — dessert — you’ll discover a dark chocolate mousse bar, key lime pie with white chocolate cream, vanilla crème brûlée with speculoos cookies or sorbets in flavors like coconut, mango and mojito. If you’re looking for well-prepared food with tropical flair, we think you’ll be impressed by the room service menu at The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort.